The Gigantic Elephant that rules the streets at night
As stated previously, Sri Lanka has achieved the most successful reservation progress shown in a period with Asian elephant population in demise. Wilderness in the Island of Sri Lanka is quite the place to be. Sri Lanka is the home to the largest Asian elephants in the Asian continent.
The wild giant is back again to raise havoc across the streets, personally wanting to send a direct message to claim dominance over the area above humans. The giant still doesn’t mean any hard to the people who gathered around to monitor the movement, as it is the night time. Wildlife officers do not want to alarm and wake everyone up so that this entire situation will become a messy one if all these villagers gather around at night to witness the giant again.
The giant is enjoying his evening walk, not only that, but he is also making a mess of the streets by searching for food inside garbage bins. He’s seen checking on every garbage site and containers on site. The shop owners and villagers sure will find a tidy surprise when they wake up in the morning.
Wildlife officers did not have to use any force or firecrackers today as this giant calmly wait away from the streets towards his familiar woods. The villagers and everyone love these elephants in the area, and they wouldn’t want them to be relocated as they want them to enjoy those close by natural habitats.
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